When over-head safety is involved, it's wise to pay for value. The AirCage is best in class, allowing your facility to maintain high safety standards, and ensure a short-term decision does not put the long-term risk of your facility & reputation on the line.
Practice Sports is the original builder and industry leader of the AirCage, the most popular retractable batting cage in the US. We have installed retractable cages in over 300 indoor training facilities nationwide. Some of our most prestigious clients include: Easton Bats, Army, Navy, Virginia Tech, Memphis, Colorado, Arkansas, Minnesota, Baylor, & Penn; among dozens of private organizations, players & celebrities.
Our motorized batting cages are perfect for multi-sport facilities & gyms, allowing the cage to quickly raise to the ceiling via electric winch (remote or key), opening the floor & air-space for other activities.
Because we are builders, we can customize the AirCage to fit any facility or client vision - creating maximum flexibility, functionality & safety.
The AirCage surpasses all other brands in SPEED of raising & lowering, and elevation STORAGE HEIGHT - with a patented low-profile bracket design.
When you buy an AirCage with installation or for DIY, you know you're getting a TURN-KEY package requiring no on-site fabrication - meaning no hidden costs.
Do it right the first time, with an AirCage custom built for YOU.
Our ceiling supports help make the AirCage a perfect fit for your facility no matter what type of ceiling structure you have.
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Just wondering how long a custom net takes to build.
It really depends on the type of material used. Here's a general breakdown on the materials & timelines:
Basic Nylon -- 8-10 business days
Nylon with Latex Dip -- 12-14 business days
DuPont Nylon -- 8-10 business days
DuPont Nylon with Varnish Dip -- 8-10 business days
#21 Poly -- 12-14 business days
#36 Poly -- 8-10 business days
Here is a link to our net calcaultor where you can enter the dimensions to get the pricing on the size you need but please contact us at 800-877-6787 or...
I have a question on the thickness of the cable lines. I'm planning on running cable lines 45' between my walls, do you recommend the...
I was going to run some cable lines between my walls and had a question on the wall plates with the multiple anchor points. What exactly are those used for?
Thanks for contacting us about the wall plates. The wall plates with the multiple anchor points are used for our ShellCages where you have to stack cable lines one over the other. With just a simple tunnel, this type of wall plates is not necessary. On the ShellCage setup, there are cable lines supporting the ShellCage and separate cable lines for the divider nets that split the cage into separate...
When choosing to use a CurtainCage system (wall to wall cable kit) which allows you to slide the net on cable lines, sometimes cable lines can't be anchored into wall whether it's due to obstructions on the wall or longer gaps between walls. When this is the case, we have options to anchor the cables off of the ceiling using a custom ceiling bracket. The following info will help to clear up what exactly the brackets are and what options are available.
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The above picture is an example of a custom ceiling bracket. This is a basic type...
Our netting can be built with some additional features that add functionality and well as increase productive use of the materials. This is a following outline of what can be added and the purpose for each addition.
First let's start with the netting materials. Many people have inquired about the difference between our Standard Nylon and DuPont Nylon. The DuPont is essentially a better base nylon material compared to our Standard Nylon. Both the Standard Nylon and the DuPont Nylon can have treatments added to extend the life-span and allow for better use outdoors. The Standard Nylon can have a Latex Dip (also called NetSeal...